21st Oct, 2016

Hopes for 'Loony' revolution in county

Aaron Wise 18th May, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

THE MONSTER Raving Loony Party (MRLP) had its first ever candidate competing in Worcestershire for the Local Elections last week, who clocked up more than 300 votes by bunch of loonys.

Baron Fullstop who now lives in Childswickham stood for a seat in Broadway and Wickhamford in the District Council Elections and although he finished last out of the four candidates, Mr Fullstop believes this is the start of the MRLP revolution in Worcestershire.

“This is the start of something. A revolution. We’ll come back stronger as we always do and the MRLP will rule one day, but until then we’ll keep making sure we get our voices heard for the people of Britain,” he said.

“We’ll give David Cameron three choices on the referendum to leave the European Union.

“He’s either in. Out. Or shake it all about.” he added.

Mr Fullstop claimed 326 votes, falling short of the Green Party

by 358 votes and 1,722 votes short of Conservative coun Liz Eyre who won the seat.

The Baron is no stranger to elections where he has stood for seats 30 times before, but despite his raving efforts he has yet to win one.

“Look, myself and MRLP may not have won a seat this time round, but the good news is we didn’t lose any seats to the Scottish National Party,” he added.